The new season Next lighting collection is a shining example of great design, at affordable prices. The brand has gone from strength to strength to become the ultimate beacon of lighting inspiration on the high street, even stocking the original masters of light range – BHS.
The new lighting range for Autumn and winter features stylish contemporary designs, key home decor trends and the return of a few old favourites.
With prices starting from just £25, the new range proves you don’t have to spend a fortune for style.
New Autumn Winter Next lighting
The new lighting range explores new contemporary trends with something to suit every style from country living room ideas to chic contemporary homes.
The new range features a mix of floor lamps and ceiling fixtures in natural materials and a minimalist colour palette – it’s never been easier to curate a cohesive lighting scheme. Here are a few of our favourite pieces:
Bobbin-inspired furniture and lamps have been everywhere this year. Next has given the shapely wooden craftsman trend a spin with its Palmer Floor lamp, £190 (opens in new tab).
The supersized bobbin style base steals the show, while a lovely natural lampshade tops it all off for a cosy glow that is a brilliant addition to living room lighting ideas.
Can you believe these little gems are just £25 each? For this Autumn Next has launched some of its most popular table lamps in mini form with an equally mini price tag.
This beautiful fluted base of the mini Bourton lamp (opens in new tab) is a great addition to a pretty bedroom bedside table idea. However, there are plenty of other mini version to now choose from.
Now the days are starting to get shorter investing in a practical reading lamp is a must. The black Blenheim lamp, £160 (opens in new tab) is an incredibly versatile and striking addition to a contemporary scheme.
The dark brass arm can be adjusted to move the lamp itself around making it a handy addition to reading corner ideas.
The Thalia Chandelier (opens in new tab) isn’t new but we couldn’t resist mentioning this stand-out piece that made its first appearance in 2019. The beaded chandelier is priced at an incredible £75 for the smaller version or £170 for this large version.
Both are easy fit so can be installed in seconds for a striking boho aesthetic. Which of the new designs would you choose to light up your home?